POSTED // Jul 5,2012 - If you’ve been spending time at Liberty Park or on the Jordan/Provo River Parkway, you already know the news. After a big decline that began in the early 2000s, skating is back—big time.
POSTED // Jun 19,2012 - It’s the only form of wild food left that can be quickly and easily caught. It’s the only non-vegetarian food that’s free and can be caught, cleaned, cooked and eaten without much fuss or preparation.
POSTED // Jun 8,2012 - Years ago, I took my nine-year-old son for a trek to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. We arrived at the Park entrance late in the afternoon. Ready for adventure, we hoisted our backpacks and started do
POSTED // Jun 8,2012 - Those who think of Little Cottonwood Canyon in terms of backcountry skiing and resorts in winter or mountain biking in summer are missing one big thing that makes Little Cottonwood world-famous: bould
POSTED // Jun 8,2012 - Utah was once a center for BMX racing. But about 10 years ago, the sport started a slow decline, replaced by free riding (skateboard-type tricks) at free skate parks across the nation. Pay-per-race tr
POSTED // Jun 8,2012 - It’s a wonderful image: camping and gamboling in the wild next to your dog—man’s best friend, after all. The reality may not be so ideal. At worst, your mutt takes off, gets lost and
POSTED // Jun 8,2012 - Utah’s snow and mountain-biking terrain are world-famous, and rightly so. However, we’re also world-famous for another geographical blessing that gets a lot less local recognition: river r
POSTED // Jun 8,2012 - The best part of mountain biking the Wasatch area is the variety of trails, which allow all levels of riders to progress at their own pace. There are paved and park-like trails for beginners, a gradua